Hannah Pool

Hannah Azieb Pool, author of “My Fathers’ Daughter” and “Fashion Cities Africa”.

“Hannah Pool(born 1974) is a British–Eritrean writer and journalist. She was born near the town of Keren, Eritrea during the war for independence from Ethiopia.”

“Hannah’s book, My Fathers’ Daughter: A story of family and belonging is a memoir of her journey back to Eritrea to find her birth family.”

“A regular contributor to BBC Radio, a speaker at TedXEuston, Africa Writes and Africa Gathering, Hannah was the subject of CNN’s African Voices. ”

“Hannah’s next book, Fashion Cities Africa was released internationally in may 2016 – ‘Now, with Fashion Cities Africa, Pool aims to correct the misconceptions about African fashion, providing key context for contemporary African fashion scenes and capturing the depth and breadth of truly African fashion.'”